Join us for the fourth webinar in Lung Foundation Australia’s free webinar series, Lung Cancer Connect. The six-part series provides patients, carers, family and friends, as well as interested health professionals, with information, advice and support about living with lung cancer.
The webinar will be hosted by Lung Foundation Australia’s Lung Cancer Support Nurse, Louise Underhill, and will focus on the importance of exercise and diet for lung cancer patients, so they can live well during treatment, manage symptoms and side effects as well as aid recovery from treatment.
Participants will be able to watch the webinar live and ask questions from the comfort of their home; all you need is a computer and internet access. Once you have registered, we will send you a simple step-by-step guide to log into the webinar.
Please note: webinar time is 4pm – 5pm (ADST)
Catherine Granger, Physiotherapist, The Royal Melbourne Hospital
Dr Catherine Granger, PhD PT, is a physiotherapist clinician researcher from the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the University of Melbourne, with expertise in physical activity and exercise for people with cancer or cardiorespiratory disease.
Nicole Kiss, Accredited Practicing Dietitian, Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition
Dr Nicole Kiss is an advanced APD with more than 18 years’ experience in cancer nutrition and is Chair of the Nutrition Group of the Clinical Oncology Society of Australia. Nicole is co-lead of the Exercise and Nutrition for Cancer research group in the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition at Deakin University. Nicole holds honorary research positions with the Department of Cancer Experiences Research at Peter Mac and the University of Melbourne.
If you are interested but unable to participate in the live webinar, be sure to register and you will be sent a copy of the webinar following the event. To find out more contact our Information and Support Line via freecall 1800 654 301.
The Lung Cancer Connect project is a Cancer Australia Supporting people with cancer Grant initiative, funded by the Australian Government.